Hi Roger Murtaugh! I'm Mike with Fandom's Movie and TV Vertical. I have sent you an email to the address linked to your Fandom account. When you get a chance, can you take a look and reply? Thanks in advance!
I know that you have a timeline of the series (Timeline) but what about the episode itself , like the most recent episode in particular. I think the dateline should be more explicit, especially since its yorktown, the conclusion of the war
The reason I posted this, is I wanted you to see what I see. Of course, you know the difference between the graphic novel and the series. But the size of the appearance section, I can see the difference because I looked really carefully, but the average user could not casually see the difference because the logo is to small.
The logo and the title format may show it, though. Every episode is listed differently than the comic. Not to mention, the title is different that the series. It may not specifically say that it's a comic, but I feel that's it's clearly different.
If you are okay with the idea I had above, with "Comic" and "Episode" being shown in the font color of the appearances, then I should say that I think that I had done it that way before you mentioned it, so you should definitely not apologize for it.
I think that it looks interesting and that it should help people tell the difference, even though there are only two comics. I'm hoping that more are eventually made. It'd be a good way to continue the franchise after the series finale.
The problem I had was that it was in list form, it is not so obvious that it is not a graphic novel or a web series, and i wanted readers to be aware of it, especially those who are not familiar with the series
Well, that's understandable. I just feel that it becomes obvious once it's clicked that it's a comic and it's featured on the main page of the Wiki. Plus, the appearances section of a character's page information box lists that said character that appeared in a comic had done so.